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Flush Bracket OSBM 1023: Remenham Hill, Five Horse Shoes PH   

Flush Bracket on S. face of the Five Horseshoes Hotel, Remenham Hill [2GL]; Five Horse Shoes PH, SW angle.

Location
Grid reference: SU 7795 8281.
Landranger 175: Reading & Windsor, Henley-on-Thames & Bracknell.
Explorer 171: Chiltern Hills West.
Structure: Pub / Hotel.
Waypoint: FB1023.

Neighbouring Flush Brackets
G3423 Culham Cottages 973.24m to the east.
1026 Henley-on-Thames, Henley Bridge 1.58km to the west.
1025 Henley-on-Thames, Denmark House 1.88km to the west.
1021 Culham Court Lodge 2.57km to the east.
G3422 Lower Assendon, Smith Centre 3.63km to the northwest.
The nearest fundamental bench mark is Wallingford, 16.37km to the west.

Second Geodetic Levelling, England & Wales (1912-21)
This flush bracket was used during the Second geodetic levelling, England & Wales, and was levelled with a height of 310.8760 feet [94.7550 metres] above mean sea level (Newlyn datum). It was included on the Windsor Castle to Wallingford levelling line. The surveyor's description was Flush Bracket on S. face of the Five Horseshoes Hotel, Remenham Hill.

Third Geodetic Levelling, England & Wales (1950-68)
This flush bracket was used during the Third geodetic levelling, England & Wales. It was included on the Wallingford to Windsor Castle levelling line.

Logged Visits
Visited on 1st August 2009 by dal. Condition: Slightly damaged.
Cancelled cut mark just to the right is rather easier to spot.

Visited on 12th September 2006 by RHW. Grid reference: SU 779 828. Condition: Slightly damaged.
TMA Design & Marketing, S face, 15cm from SW angle, behind low hedge. N side of road. Ex hotel, now office. FB partly buried, hard to spot.

Visited on 24th November 2004 by Calico. Condition: Good.
Now an office. Last building at W end of village on N side of road. Fb half buried in tarmac on SW corner facing road. Painted black as is lower part of wall and behind a pyracanthus bush.

Visited on 4th September 2004 by jochta. Condition: Good.
No chance of finding this one by accident! Covered in thick black paint, partly buried in tarmac and behind a bush!
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